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Advanced Electronics

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Advanced Electronics ECE 410

Fredy Okuneva
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Suat Ay

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Fredy Okuneva on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECE 410 at University of Idaho taught by Suat Ay in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see /class/227718/ece-410-university-of-idaho in ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING at University of Idaho.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
ECE 410 Advanced Electronics FaH2007 SYLLABUS TIME amp PLACE MWF 930 1020 AM EP 209 INSTRUCTOR Suat U Ay PhD Office GJL 212 Phone 885 2783 EMAIL suatayuidahoedu OFFICE HOURS MWF 1030 1230 PM or by appointment but feel free to stop by or email anytime PREREQS ECE 310 and ECE 311 TEXTBOOK Microelectronic Circuits Sedra and Smith Oxford University Press 5th edition 2004 GOALS The core topics of Advanced Electronics are MOSFET Operation Single Stage Differential and Multistage Integrated Circuit IC Amplifiers Biasing IC Amplifiers Frequency Response and Feedback Each topic will introduce a new knowledge set and a new set of principles and show how these apply to electronic circuits From these core topics it is expected that the student will be able to demonstrate with emphasis on the knowledge and principles andor types of circuits discussed in class 1 v an ability to apply the electronic circuit principles to new circuits new to the student and situations an ability to solve problems involving electronic circuits 3 an ability to analyze electronic circuits both analytically and physically 4 an ability to design and electronic circuits to meet a set of desired specifications COURSE OUTLINE tentative 2 vvv COURSE GRADING Total points 1000 At my discretion wi use a sliding scale If a sliding scale is used all scores will be shifted to a higher value never a lower value such that the class average is shifted but the standard deviation remains the same Thus you may collect 800 points at the end of semester and still get A The decision whether or not to adjust the grades will be made at the end of the semester ECE410 7 Advanced Electronics 13 Syllabus Fa1107 Grade scale that will be used for total points collected is given below HOMEWORK SCORING GUIDLINES I ll normally select three sometimes only 1 or 2 as well problems unknown to you that will be graded very using the following scale and guidelines 100 problem method approach carry though etc are correct demonstrated an understanding of all major and minor concepts involved in the problem solution 90 problem method approach carry though etc are nearly correct demonstrated an understanding of all major and most minor concepts involved in the problem solution 80 problem method approach carry though etc are mostly correct demonstrated an understanding of all most major and most minor concepts involved in the problem solutions 70 acceptable performance demonstrated an understanding of an acceptable number of major and minor concepts involved in the problem solution 1 060 student did not demonstrate sufficient understanding of the major and minor concepts involved in the problem solution 0 had no idea how to approach andor finish the problem or didn39t try had the answer right but there was lack of sufficient support to show how you arrived at the answer OR problem solution is not written neatly organized and readable andor the homework submission guidelines have not been followed In addition to the key above 20 will be deducted if all calculations are not correct It is important that you check your work You have the time to check your answers for assignments Not all problems will fit neatly into this scheme For those problems that don t this scale will be modified to fit as much as possible It will turn out that not all assignments will be graded Those assignments that are not graded will be unknown to you until after they have been returned MAKEUP POLICIES Only students presenting medical or official university excuses to the instructor will be allowed to take a make up exam or quiz or make up other missed assignments Whenever possible arrangements should be made with the instructor prior to the regularly scheduled exam or assignment due date Making these arrangements is entirely the responsibility of the student Make up exams and quizzes may differ from those given at the regularly scheduled time and whether an absence is deemed to be excusable is at the discretion of the instructor ECE410 7 Advanced Electronics 23 Syllabus Fa1107 ACADEMIC HONESTY Academic honesty is governed by Article II of the University if Idaho s Student Code of Conduct httpwwwwebsuidahoedufsh2300html Cheating on classroom or outside assignments including examinations is a violation of this code Forms of academic dishonesty include Copying answers from neighbors during exams or quizzes Offering answers to neighbors during exams or quizzes Using crib notes during exams or quizzes Reproducing without crediting the exact words of another writer including a scientist or classmate plagiarism on any class assignment Turning in work your own or another s from previous semesters in place of new assignments lncidents of academic dishonesty will be kept on file by the instructor and may be reported to the dean of students Such instances of academic dishonesty may warrant expulsion from the course and a failing grade All students should be aware that even one incident of academic dishonesty may also merit expulsion from the University EXAM AND QUIZ DATES tentative Wed 5 Sep QUIZ 1 Wed 12Sep EXAM 1 Wed 26 Sep QUIZ 2 Wed 10Oct EXAM 2 Wed 17Oct QUIZ 3 Wed 7Nov EXAM 3 Wed 14 Nov QUIZ 4 1923 Nov WINTER BREAK Wed 28 Nov QUIZ 5 Fri 30Nov EXAM 4 Wed 12 Dec Final EXAM 1000 1200pm ECE410 7 Advanced Electronics 33 Syllabus Fa1107


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